Wanderhouse Productions is an independent production company focused on producing micro-budget narrative and documentary projects. We are dedicated to creative collaboration, compelling storytelling, and subject matter intended to inspire.
Rosalie is an award-winning filmmaker, video producer, and co-founder of Wanderhouse Productions. In 2012 she formed Wanderhouse Productions with her partner and has produced nine film projects, which have shown at nearly 100 festivals collectively, and won awards internationally. She is currently in production on her second short documentary, Worth My Salt, a 2016 4Culture Artist Award recipient. Her documentary short debut, The Things We Keep, premiered at the 2015 Seattle International Film Festival and has screened at over twenty-five film festivals worldwide. The film has been distributed by Alaska Airlines and KCTS9 Reel NW. She also serves as a producer on the feature-length documentary, Personhood, winner of the WIF Seattle Professional Grant, AmDocs Film Fund, and an Arts Project Award with 4Culture. Past producing credits include short drama, Iron, supported by 4Culture and the Northwest Railway Museum, and Decimation, winner of a 2013 SIFF ‘Jury Award.’ Rosalie also works with the Social Justice Film Festival and is an active member of Women in Film Seattle.
On IMDb at www.imdb.me/rosalie.
Stefan has been working as a professional actor for well over a decade, having appeared in numerous films and television series, including Dawson’s Creek, Z Nation, Eden, and A Bit of Bad Luck. During his time living in Los Angeles, he discovered a love for working behind the camera, and has since acted as producer on studio-released feature films, Heart of the Country, Beta Test (PM), and I Am, award-winning short films, Turning Point, Decimation, The Things We Keep, and Solid Blue (also directed), a television pilot featuring Charlie Sheen, several music videos, and a handful of commercials. Under the Wanderhouse Productions banner, he is currently developing three films for production in 2016/2017, as well as serving as consulting producer on Personhood and consulting post-producer on the Chaldea series. His most recent directorial outing, Yoga for Salvador, premiered at the Orcas Island Film Festival and is currently on a festival run. Stefan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Appalachian State University, studied photography at Santa Monica College, and filmmaking at University of Washington.
On IMDb at www.imdb.me/stefan